12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
History Museum of Los Gatos Los Gatos
The History Museum of Los Gatos presents Evolution of Green: Environmental Activism exhibition to the Bay Area residents. The exhibition is currently open until 9/22, every Wednesday to Sunday. The exhibition will use interactive models, historical narrative, environmental sounds capes and other media to interpret this history and explore proposed future steps for environmental activism.
For more information: http://bit.ly/13t0uSn
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Fremont Main Library Fremont
The Herald Family Rebuilding Center will be held a seminar of “Parenting Class Series(Mandarin)” in the following days (Saturday only, 3:30pm-5pm), the content will be covered:
3/23 – Early Childhood Development (0-5 years old)
6/15 – Positive Discipline
9/7 – School Aged Children Development (6-12 years old), physical and mental development.
12/7 – Homework/Chores & Responsibility
*Saturday 3:30 – 5:00pm
All classes are conducted in Mandarin Chinese.
Ms Zhou Hong is currently the director of Herald Family Rebuilding Center, she holds instructor credential in California. She has many years of teaching emotional management and parent-child relationship experience. Ms Zhou and the HFRC team members will be the speakers of the lecture series.
For more information: (510) 745-1421
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco San Francisco
6/13 – 9/26: Tuesday – Saturday: 10 – 4 PM
This summer the Chinese Culture Foundation is proud to debut the Hong Kong artist and 2012 Asian Cultural Council Fellow, Lam Tung-pang, in his first solo exhibition in the US.
The Curiosity Box is an experiment originated in Lam Tung-pang’s apartment during his recent artist residency in the US. The project reflects the artist’s attempt to turn his living space into a creative lab for documenting and sharing his internal psyche with the public.
Lam will donate a new piece to the Chinese Culture Foundation inspired by his trip to San Francisco.
For more information: http://www.c-c-c.org/2013/05/16/meet-the-artist-lam-tung-pang-the-curiosity-box/, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-986-1822
Chinese Community Computer Lab San Francisco
Top city and community advocates will gather to launch the Chinese Community Computer Lab and Training Program. The Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is mandating Meaningful Use, a set of standards involving the use of electronic health records to improve health outcomes, increased efficiency, and additional research data for healthcare systems. Meaningful Use is to be achieved through 3 stages over 5 years. The purpose and benefits of Meaningful Use include 1) Complete and accurate information, 2) Better access to information, and 3) Patient Empowerment.
Many of our community members are without basic computer and Internet skills. The Chinese Hospital Health System is at the forefront in working towards this national healthcare improvement goal by preparing and equipping our community with basic computer and Internet skills to access their personal health records. For community members who are literate with using computers and Internet, we will show them how to access their personal health records. This program aims to minimize the digital divide through linguistically appropriate and hands-on training.
For more information: http://www.cchrchealth.org/content/free-computer-training
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Kwong Wah Baptist Church Sunnyvale
Date: 7/7/13 – 9/15/13 (10 classes, last 2 are optional)
Every Sunday except 8/18.
Time: 1pm – 2pm (lecture), 2pm – 2:30pm (Q&A, optional)
Place: 653 West Fremont Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
Fees: $10.00 (Registration)
Deposit is refundable after completion of 6 classes.
For more information: http://www.kwbc.cc/
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Niles Town Plaza Fremont
The concert series in Fremont Niles Town Plaza will take place on July 14, August 4 & 18, and September 22. The concert starts at 1pm.
104 Montgomery Street San Francisco
The Walt Disney Family Museum will present the Water to 「Paper, Paint to Sky: The Art of Tyrus Wong」Art Exhibition from 8/15 -2/3/2014. This exhibition will focus on the life of a famous Chinese American artist, Tyrus Wong, who is a gifted painter, muralist, kite maker, lithographer, Hollywood sketch artist, calligrapher, ceramicist, and Disney Legend.
For more information: www.waltdisney.org/wong
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
First Chinese Baptist Church San Francisco
On two upcoming Saturdays – August 24 and September 7, the San Francisco Fire Department and NICOS Chinese Health Coalition will be jointly putting on the NERT (Neighborhood Emergency Response Team) training in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
The San Francisco Fire Department hosts NERT trainings in just about every neighborhood in San Francisco. The upcoming training will be the only NERT training that is conducted in Cantonese. The most recent Cantonese NERT training took place in Chinatown in the fall of 2011, which saw more than 60 community member, most of them bilingual, become certified NERT volunteers.
NERT training cover invaluable life-saving information including ways to be prepared for earthquakes, conducting hazard mitigation, survival tips, fire safety, utility shut-off, disaster first-aid, search and rescue, and responding to terrorist attacks. The last day of class will also include hands-on skills training that include practicing medical triage, transporting victims, and how to use a fire extinguisher.
The training will take place in two separate locations. On Saturday, August 24, the training will be held at the First Chinese Baptist Church at 15 Waver Place (by Sacramento). On Saturday, September 7, the training will be held at the Chinatown Salvation Army at 1450 Powell Street (by Vallejo).
All participants will receive the SF NERT Training Certificate of Completion, a NERT ID badge, work gloves, safety helmet, emergency vest, and other first aid/disaster preparedness supplies. Participants must attend both sessions in order to receive the certificate and supplies.
The San Francisco Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) is an emergency preparedness organization sponsored by the San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD). The program offers free, basic and advanced preparedness training to those who live and work in San Francisco, and provides an organizing framework for neighborhood teams in the City. Teams gather after a catastrophic incident to survey their neighborhoods, provide information to the SFFD, conduct light search and rescue and medical triage, help transport victims to medical treatment facilities, and direct untrained volunteers. Since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, NERT has trained over 20,000 citizens to assist the San Francisco Fire Department after a major disaster by taking care of themselves, their families, and their neighbors.
NICOS Chinese Health Coalition is a public-private-community partnership of more than 30 health and human service organizations. The mission of NICOS is to enhance the health and the well-being of the San Francisco Chinese community. NICOS has been convening the Chinatown Disaster Preparedness Committee since 1985, after the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Since then, NICOS has been actively engaged in making local community members and non-governmental organizations more disaster resilient through coalition-building, trainings exercises, and drills.
For more information or to register for the upcoming Chinatown Cantonese NERT trainings, please call 415-413-7518 and leave a message with your full name and phone number.
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Bay Badminton Center Burlingame
Save the date! Come join us at the 2013 KTSF Badminton Tournament, which takes place on Saturday, 9/7 at Bay Badminton Center in Burlingame! There are 2 participation groups in this tournament, which are Corporate/Amateur Group, and High School Group. The Amateur Group and High School Group will both run in 1 day and will start in the morning. Come join us for a day of fun and excitement!
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
金美倫堂 San Francisco
Cyber Generation: Keeping Families Safe & Connected. For registration & information, please contact Ming Quan Chang, Tel: (415) 781-0401 x 128.